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The second edition of Hacking Health awards three digital innovation projects for the Romanian health system

Hacking Health 2.0, the most important health hackathon in Central and Eastern Europe, took place this weekend in Bucharest at the initiative of Johnson & Johnson Romania, implemented in collaboration with Smart Everything Everywhere (SEE). For over 48 hours, over 80 young professionals across the country have worked to create and develop IT & C solutions to address some of the digitization needs of the healthcare system in Romania

2018-11-06 12:11:52

The three winning teams and projects were:
1. The Solaris team has developed a solution for optimizing the activity of emergency units (UPUs) through the possibility of building the medical team before the patients arrive at the hospitals, by the ambulance service, according to the emergency code and the information provided by the rescue doctor . At the same time, the solution aims to contribute to the health protection of medical personnel in the UPU through the use of devices for measuring the degree of stress and fatigue accumulated during a working day.

2. The Zamolxis team - proposes the solution called "Ambulance as soon as possible" in order to increase the response time and the response time of ambulance crews. It comprises three components:
a communication system for ambulances with the other vehicles involved in the traffic, which will overlap with radio waves over the radio frequency of the station listened to by the drivers when the ambulances are moving to the intervention site; and an application for synchronizing traffic lights to optimize traffic for ambulances in interventions;
b. CiviC with a platform where doctors can register as volunteers for first aid according to their proximity to the case;
c. an information and civic education portal on the behaviour of the population in medical emergencies.

3. The Xvision Team - developed an online application consisting of an automatic CT imaging system based on artificial intelligence and "deep learning" technology that can be integrated with PACS (Picture Archiving) Communication Systems), which are part of the information system of medical systems.
The project aims to assist radiologists in interpreting CT imagery and thus support performance enhancement in the diagnosis process.

Each team will receive $ 5,000 pre-seed funds from Johnson & Johnson Romania, along with counselling and mentoring from the company and EEA for developing and launching applications and platforms created within Hacking Health Hackathon 2.0.



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